MIT Pakistan Kick Starts Mobile App Development Workshop in Collaboration with ITU
MIT Enterprise Forum Pakistan (MITEFP) in collaboration with Information Technology University (ITU) the Punjab and Tintash concluded the first of full day workshops of the series specially designed for beginners interested in Mobile App Development here today.
Over 150 applications were received for the workshop and out of which fifty were shortlisted for training. The applicants were taught user interface, wireframing, prototyping and colour illustration by using Sketch App. Applicant with zero design experience were equally considered eligible to attend the workshop.
The workshop conducted by Maha Mehdi, an experienced game and app designer. She carries seven years of design experience who remained associated with IPs like Woody Woodpecker, Care Bears and Beat Bugs added with 3 years background in UX design. Currently she serves as UX Lead and Project Manager at Tintash, a startup that publishes social and casual games for mobile device.
On this occasion Areej Mehdi, Program Manager MIT Enterprise Forum Pakistan said, “MITEFP has a strong commitment towards designers and innovators. We’re grateful to Tintash for developing and teaching the module and collaborating in the future, she added.
Chaired by Dr. Umar Saif, MIT Enterprise Forum Pakistan (MITEFP), the founding Vice Chancellor of ITU the Punjab is one of the 28 worldwide chapters of MITEF that aims to engage stakeholders of the entrepreneurial ecosystem through innovation and technology. MITEFP is dedicated towards stimulating growth of Pakistani entrepreneurs, startups and businesses.